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Rhapsodize audio presents George Santayana – a Sonnet Rhapsody Prepared and presented by Denis Daly Loved for the gentle humanity of his world view, and widely respected for his amazing breadth of knowledge, George Santayana could be called the ultimate adult prodigy. Despite his attachment to the antique elaborations of Roman Catholicism, he was, in essence, a true citizen of the Twentieth Century, the first age in which art and commentary were really seen as being different aspects of... Topics: Poetry, Santayana, Twentieth Century, sonnet
Second half of Class 11 of "In the Pressure Tank" series held at Naropa Institute between July 23 and August 20, 1980. (The whole series is contained on 80P093-115.) Philip Whalen focuses on two later poems from Wallace Stevens, "To an Old Philosopher in Rome" and "The Rock", with digressions on Santayana and other Stevens poems. (Contineued from 80p110.) Topics: New American Poetry, West Coast poetry, Buddhism, symbolism, American Modernist poetry
Foreword.--Richard Hovey.--Lizette Woodworth Reese.--Bliss Carman.--Louise Imogen Guiney.--George E. Santayana.--Josephine Preston Peabody.--Charles G. D. Roberts.--Edith M. Thomas.--Madison Cawein.--George E. Woodberry.--Frederic Lawrence Knowles.--Alice Brown.--Richard Burton.--Clinton Scollard.--Mary McNeill Fenollosa.--Ridgely Torrence.--Gertrude Hall.--Arthur Upson.--Biographical index Topics: American poetry, Poets, American
Remember why we're here -- Outlaw head and tail -- How I met my second wife -- Directions for seeing, directions for singing -- These people are us -- Normal -- Dialectic, abrasions, the backs of heads again -- Cleft for me -- Caulk -- Rentals -- Santayana speaks through me -- I could've told you if you hadn't asked -- The ruptures and limits of absence -- Crawl space
LibriVox recording of Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion by George Santayana. Read in English by Expatriate Even before the Great War turned the world upside down, Western civilization was being revolutionized at all levels: intellectually, philosophically, artistically. Noted positivist philosopher George Santayana published this volume on the eve of the War, trying to portray the status of philosophy and theology at that moment by analyzing six significant topics: 1. the... Topics: librivox, audiobooks, philosophy, religion
A look into process. These are slightly edited practice sessions and rehearsals wherein Bob Gonzalez, rhapsode, expands his repertory by sight-reading poems new to his performance and also rehearses poems to be used for Rhapsodize, his non-commercial cultural initiative to promote the performance of classic poetry as well as his upcoming Rhapsodize tour scheduled for spring 2015. James Shirley, Thomas Moore, and John Keats, George Santayana, John Clare, Michael Drayton, William Kirby, Robert... Topics: classic poetry, James Shirley, Thomas Moore, and John Keats, George Santayana, John Clare, Michael...
A TOAST, by George Santayana GOD REST YE, MERRY GENTLEMEN, by Stephen Crane REGINALD'S PEACE POEM, by Saki THE SPIRIT OF FREEDOM, by Rabindranath Tagore THE LUCK OF THE BOGANS, by Sarah Orne Jewett YOUTH AND AGE, by Samuel Taylor Coleridge THE DESTROYER, by William Merriam Rouse A HUNDRED MILES UNDERGROUND, by Anonymous CATHERINE'S CAREER, Harriet Jean Crawford DESERTS OF THE NEW WORLD, by Arthur Mangin VAIN SUITORS, by Robert J. C. Stead Topics: Christmas, New Year's Day, war, peace, nature, women, romance
Random selection of mostly British and American poets, 1802 to early 1900's. The poets are, in order: Rupert Brooke Lord Byron Ezra Pound T.E. Hulme Richard Aldington H. D. F. S. Flint D. H. Lawrence Sara Teasdale Paul Verlaine Vita Sackville-West Gerald H. Crow Coleridge Ethel Lynn Beers Will Carleton George Santayana Walt Whitman Maurice Baring Marguerite Radclyffe-Hall Sidney Lanier Amy Lowell Topics: Poetry, Imagist, Oxford, Americana, British, Verlaine, Coleridge, Santayana, Whitman, Lowell, H.D.